Mukhavets River

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Mukhavets River
Mukhavets.jpg
The Mukhavets River at Brest, Belarus
Country Belarus
Basin
Main source Pruzhany, Belarus
River mouth Bug River
Basin size 6,600 km2 (2,500 sq mi)
Physical characteristics
Length 113 km (70 mi)
Discharge
  • Average rate:
    33.6 m3/s (1,190 cu ft/s)

Mukhavets (Belarusian: Мухаве́ц (Muchaviec), [muxaˈvʲets]; Polish: Muchawiec, BGN/PCGN romanization: Mukhavyets) is a river in western Belarus, a tributary to the Bug River.

The river rises in Pruzhany, Belarus, where the Mukha river and the Viets canal are converging, flows in the south-western Belarus and empties into the Bug River in Brest.

The river is 113 km long. The basin area is 6,600 km².

The river is connected with the Dnieper river by the Dnieper-Bug Canal.

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Books[edit]

  • (in Russian, English and Polish) Ye.N.Meshechko, A.A.Gorbatsky (2005) Belarusian Polesye: Tourist Transeuropean Water Mains, Minsk, Four Quarters

Coordinates: 52°05′01″N 23°38′54″E / 52.0835°N 23.6482°E / 52.0835; 23.6482